[Expired] 50% Transfer Bonus from Amex Membership Rewards to Plenti

 

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Through 12/31/2016, American Express is offering a 50% transfer bonus from Membership Rewards to Plenti.

The Offer

Get 50% more Plenti points when you transfer Membership Rewards points through 12/31/2016.

Example:

With this bonus, 1 Membership Rewards point becomes 1.50 Plenti points.

  • 500 Membership Rewards becomes 750 Plenti points.
  • 10,000 Membership Rewards becomes 15,000 Plenti points.

To transfer points, visit this page and log-in to your account.

Key Terms

  • On December 31 each year, any Plenti points that are at least two {2} years old will expire.
  • The minimum transfer is 500 Membership Rewards points.
  • Membership Rewards points must be transferred in 500 point increments.
  • Membership Rewards point transfers to Plenti cannot be reversed.

Plenti Partners

Plenti points can be used at the following partners:

  • AT&T
  • Exxon Mobil
  • Macy’s
  • Rite Aid

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About Shawn Coomer - Senior Editor

Shawn Coomer has spent nearly a decade circling the globe for pennies on the dollar. He uses that first-hand knowledge and experience to teach others how to achieve their travel dreams for the least amount of money possible.

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  1. anyone used plenti points to pay @ exxon ? if i have enough points will i be able to pay for my entire fill up ? Say $30 / $40 ?

  2. Shawn – does this constitute a good deal? What kind of redemptions/value per point can we get out of this?

    • If you’re going to buy stuff at Macy’s, Rite Aid, etc. anyway, then yes I think its a good deal. You get 1.5 cents per point value from your Membership Rewards points. Yes, its often possible to do better with travel redemptions, but this is still a solid value.

  3. It might be a good subject for a separate post on what’s good about Plenty points (if there has not been one yet).

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